IU in the News

A daily digest of media coverage about Indiana University

September 24, 2020
IU in the News is a daily review of the important news stories relating to Indiana University. It is not intended to be an all-inclusive gathering of news, and no editorial revisions are made to the content, which is presented as it was initially published or broadcast.

Big News

$5 million grant will help IU improve educational attainment, state's talent pipeline

This story has been covered by: Indianapolis Business Journal, The Bloomington Herald-Times.

Many Americans believe false election narratives, IU survey shows

This story has been covered by: WTHR, WISH-TV.

IU invests in 31 research projects exploring racial justice, announces gender equity task force

This story has been covered by: The Bloomington Herald-Times.

IU Bloomington is 31st in new US News rankings; IUPUI ranks among top 50 for teaching

This story has been covered by: Kokomo Tribune, Inside Indiana Business, The Indianapolis Star.

IU Voices in the News

Fox 59

Hoosiers receive cybersecurity lesson ahead of election

Disinformation may be a bigger threat because it's more challenging to control. A recent Indiana University study shows other places might be onto solutions. "In the European Union, they have a new code for disinformation," said IU Cybersecurity Program Chair Scott Shackelford. "They basically strong-arm the big tech companies to do take-ups, kind of like a code of conduct."

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